LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER, PSYCHOTHERAPIST.
Many people come to me because they have reached all the milestones in life that society and their culture defines as successful; however, for one reason or another, they still feel lost and empty. Despite all that they have attained, they look good but do not feel good. Not only that, but as a BIPOC, we are taught to not be vulnerable because it displays weakness, something that we strive not to show others. For some, after reaching the top and realizing it is time for break, the stark realization seeks in that we don’t know how to take a break, we were never taught that. Coming from this realm, as your psychotherapist, I would love to offer a safe space where we examine these difficulties with respect to our culture, but no longer sacrificing ourselves and our identities. My name is Bolutife “Bolu” Dosumu, LCSW-S. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Work Supervisor and Psychotherapist with a passion to help others discover their best “you.” Like many of you (my soon to be clients), I hail from a BIPOC, first generation immigrant background.
I have a Bachelors in Criminal Justice and a Masters in Social Worker and Public Administration. As a social worker of 15 years, I have worked in various fields, school, medical and mental health, which I bring to the table in working with clients. I worked with various populations, but my passion lies in working with adolescents and adults that identify with the BIPOC and/or Spiritual community. As Nigerian-American (born in Lagos), child of immigrants and one identifies with Christianity, I believe I can relate to those in the BIPOC and Spiritual communities.
Sharing from my own professional training and experiences, I desire to help others reach the goal of being their best “YOU.”
- Texas Christian University- Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
- University of Texas at Arlington- Master in Social Work and Master in Public Administration
- LCSW-S TX 51608
- LCSW OR L7582
- National Association of Social Work (NASW)